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Student
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Pavel Viatkin
The Usage of Expressive Phraseology in the Post-Soviet Cinema and Its Cultural Context
Visual Culture
(Master’s programme)
2018
In this work the author examines the conditions in which the use of expressive phraseology in post-Soviet cinema occurred for almost 30 years of its existence. The peculiarities of the genesis of obscene vocabulary, the peculiarities of the work of the obscene language as a transgressive mechanism in the cinema space, as well as the conditionality of the use of a number of cultural phenomena and processes are analyzed.

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